ECE 236 : Infant-Toddler Curriculum Planning

In this experiential course, students have the opportunity to explore and create activities that allow the infant-toddler to engage actively and discover the world around her/him. Students apply knowledge of infant-toddler development in developing and assessing a curriculum that supports all-around individual development of the infant-toddler. The course encourages the acquisition of skills to document appropriately, display, and describe children's work, and involve parents. Three lecture hours per week. Fall, Spring

Prerequisites

Corequisites

  1. Analyze and synthesize the interrelationship between caregiving routines in infant/toddler curriculum.
  2. Demonstrate through planned activities the interrelationship between and among the developmental domains.
  3. Assess the learning environment using ITERS.
  4. Apply cognitive developmental theories in creating infant/toddler emergent curriculum.

Overview

Subject

Credits

3

Degrees/Certificates That Require Course